You need to refill with distilled water, the sulpher is in the plates and will make acid (hopefully) when you recharge.
I thought so but wasn't sure.
Do I need to do anything special to get the charger to recognize the batteries?
I would also recommend a slow recharge as opposed to using your normal quick charger. If you have 6 6 volt batteries you can use a 12 volt car charger on 2 batteries at a time.
Never thought of that. Thank you
The charger won't come on unless it sees about 5 volts per battery so you need to get them up some before it will activate, plus a slow charge will help draw the sulpher back off the plates, a quick charge wil not do that as well.
Thank you again. I know what to do now. Matt
If you have 3 holes per battery they are 6 volt, if you have 4 then they are 8 volt and a car charger won't work.
These are definitely 6V batteries. I also have a decent 2 amp trickle charger that should work pewrfectly on them. Thank you again.
Try to check your water every 6 months or so, 3 months if you use the cart a lot.